Florida Forest Stewardship Program

Forest Stewardship is defined as active management of forests and related resources to keep these lands in a productive and healthy condition for present and future generations, and to increase the economic, environmental and social benefits of these lands. Forest Stewards are those landowners who manage their forestlands on a long-term basis by following management objectives that are multiple resource based, economically viable, conservative of natural resources and socially, environmentally and ecologically responsible. The Forest Stewardship Program addresses the improvement and maintenance of timber, wildlife, soil and water, recreation, aesthetics and forage resources.

Contact Florida Forest Stewardship Program

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Contact Florida Forest Stewardship Program

Tony Grossman, Conservation Programs Manager
3125 Conner Blvd.
Florida Forest Service
Tallahassee, Florida  32399
Phone: (850) 545-6194


Service Area

Statewide Program in:
  • Florida

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